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Our gallery is on the streets, and we want to share it, pointing out famous and hidden spots throughout the city. We'll be covering the Williamsburg and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Tour includes NYC highlights, history and social implications of street art. Tour leaves on Sunday at 12:00 noon from the Time's Up Brooklyn space located at 99 South 6th Street in Williamsburg.

On Sunday, 4/14/2013, cyclists affiliated with Time's Up once again took to the streets of NYC with stencils and spray paint. Last month, the group targeted 8 locations where pedestrians and cyclists were killed by automobiles over the last year.

TIME'S UP! and other groups are spreading the word to ride together. By riding with your friend or buddy, it immediately becomes safer. By teaming up with a third person, it becomes even safer. Ride to work together and ride home together. When you see another rider, be friendly and link up. Ride to the beach together!

TIME'S UP! organizes a number of rides. Generally someone had an idea for a ride, got together with others, and made it happen. Some are a little more involved, working with environmental, community garden, and youth groups. 

Community Garden Tours

Time's Up! is 25 Years Old!

Time's Up! Polar Bear Dance Ride 2011

Photos of the ride by Erik Mc Gregor

Photos of the ride by Brennan Cavanaughn

Time's Up! held their annual Polar Bear Dance Ride this Saturday, April 30th to draw attention to the plight of the polar bears.

Times Up has always combined music to fuel the revolution.

Over the years our sound bikes and marching bands have helped to reclaim open spaces for the public and create more community gardens as well as, auto free plazas in the streets. We dance in the street, in our community spaces and parks. All different types of theme rides occur. Dress appropriate, be prepared to shake your booty, and reclaim public space. 

 

Fountain Ride

PEACE BIKE RIDES - THIRD SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH 
co sponsored by PEACE MUSEUM NY 

Meet at 2:00 PM at the National Museum of the American Indian, 1 Bowling Green, Manhattan

Brooklyn CM, August 2005, gathering at Prospect Park. Photo by Mac.Critical Mass is a monthly celebration of bicycles and other nonpolluting means of transportation, exercising our right to the road. Critical Mass is a movement, not an organization; no two riders participate for exactly the same reason. Brooklyn Critical Mass started rolling in 2004.

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